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Another Arizona: A State-Wide Juried Exhibition

 

Alfred J. Quiroz

Muneefist Destiny, 1996

mixed media on mahogany panel, 9' x 13', courtesy of the artist

 

About the Jurors...

Paul Schimmel, Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles. Before joining MOCA in 1990, Schimmel was Chief Curator at the Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach from 1981 to 1989, and Curator at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston from 1975-1978. His major exhibitions inc\ude Hand-Painted Pop: American Art in Transition, 1955-62, which traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and the Whitney Museum of American Art; and Helter Skelter: Los Angeles Art in the 1990s at MOCA's Temporary Contemporary. Currently he is working on the exhibition Out of Actions: Performance and the Object for the fall of 1997.

Marilyn A. Zeitlin, Director and Chief Curator, ASU Art Museum. In the summer of 1995, Zeitlin was US Commissioner to the Venice Biennale and selected the work of Bill Viola for presentation in the US Pavilion. The exhibition, Bill Viola: Buried Secrets, returned to the ASU Art Museum for its US premiere in March 1996 and toured internationally. Zeitlin is a nationally and internationally recognized curator, specializing in new media work. Her recent exhibitions include Too Late for Goya: Works by Francese Torres; and Art Under Duress: El Salvador 1980 - Present, both of which traveled internationally. She is currently working on the exhibition Contemporary Art from Cuba: Irony and Survival on the Utopian Island for fall of 1998.

Enrique Chagoya, Artist, Curator and Professor of Art at Stanford University. He has received solo exhibitions at the De Young Museum of Art, San Francisco; the Alternative Museum, New York; the ASU Art Museum, Tempe; Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco; and Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco. He has appeared in group shows at the Fischer Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; The Mexican Museum, San Francisco; LACE, Los Angeles; and the Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe. He has organized exhibitions for the Mexican Museum in San Francisco, including a recent show of work by Manuel Ocampo. His work is in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, and the ASU Art Museum.

Heather S. Lineberry, Senior Curator, ASU Art Museum. For the past six years, Lineberry has curated exhibitions of regional and national importance at the ASU Art Museum. Her exhibitions include Paintings by Benito Huerta: Preserve, Negate, Transcend; and If Only Film Could Do the Same: Drawings and Collages by Peter Greenaway. Her exhibition Art on the Edge of Fashion, which toured nationally, presented eight contemporary artists who have chosen to work with the visual language of clothing. Lineberry is also managing curator of the Museum's Experimental Gallery which features installations by local, national and international artists. Currently she is working on the exhibition Sites Around the City: Art and Environment for the spring of 2000.

Hugo Day

Sticky Me, 1997

oil on canvas, 51'"x 42", courtesy of the artist



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